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Alright, so technically the official Organize Your Home Office Day was yesterday, but just like some national holidays are observed on the following day, we’re going to do the same here.
The truth is that it doesn’t matter what day you do it, as long as you actually take the time to organize your home office. So today is as good a day as any.
Even if you’re not self-employed, you may still have a home office for paying bills or organizing files. Take a few minutes today to put everything in order. And share on social media with #organizeyourhomeofficeday.
To help you get started, here are some of our best tips!
Every home office has a digital workspace. It may be as simple as a few apps on your phone or as complicated as a massive computer with all the bells and whistles (or anything in between.) Whatever your home office technology looks like, now is the perfect time to get it cleaned up. And if those tips aren’t enough, check out this post too!
Tackle the Physical Workspace
Having an organized workspace is so important. It improves productivity and decreases stress. Even if you’re only using your home office to pay bills, you’ll find the entire process less painful when you’re organized. Learn how to get your desk in order right here!
Know What to Keep and For How Long
In my work as a professional organizer, I’ve learned that people often hold on to documents or other things simply because they’re not sure if, or when, it’s okay to discard it. I get it. It can be tough to know, especially when it comes to legal and/or financial records. To help you out, check out this list of things to keep forever and our quick guide on how long you need to keep things.
Sometimes, the process of organizing even a small room like a home office can get overwhelming. Don’t panic! Ask for help. As a professional organizer, that’s what I’m here for. Contact me to discuss your needs